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Drive Out Movie Review: The Batman

Drive Out Movie Review: The Batman
The Batman reviewed from the parking lot after seeing the film on opening night.

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Drive-out movie review: Spider-Man No Way Home

Drive-out movie review: Spider-Man No Way Home

Drive-out movie reviews are a quick before and after reaction in the parking lot of the movie theatre. Don't worry! We give you fair warning before going into spoilers! Marvel is back and this might be their best film yet. It is certainly the perfect way to start whatever phase they are in now. Check out our drive-out reaction to the film. Then comment with your own thoughts!

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Halloween Kills - A Gory Love Letter

Halloween Kills - A Gory Love Letter

by Eric Rohman, edited by Jason Applegate Halloween Kills is a violent, gory, easter egg packed love letter to fans of the slasher genre… But it's far from perfect.  There be spoilers ahead! This installment ramps the blood and guts up to a satisfying 11. Having some of the rest of the original cast back for this installment was a very nice touch. There are some incredible, satisfying,  and creative kills by Michael Myers along the way, and so many easter eggs for the fans of the original movie and it's less than stellar sequels that your head will spin....

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MI Geekeasy Halloween Costume Ideas for 2021

MI Geekeasy Halloween Costume Ideas for 2021

Short on time to throw together a Halloween costume for that party you just got invited to? Below are some pretty quick and clever ideas that won’t cost your weight in Beskar steel. We have even supplied links to some of the trickier finds or essential pieces.  Wandavision Halloween Episode - the perfect couple costume for 2021! These are the most complicated of the costumes on our list and also the most expensive. But they are geek chic if done well. Of course you could order the cheap version that comes all put together, but come on! That’s for noobs,...

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Masters of the Universe: Revelation

Masters of the Universe: Revelation

I still have my Castle Grayskull. And my Battle Damage Skeletor. Stinkor still smells bad because in 1990 I put him in a ziploc bag. Needless to say, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe are an integral part of my childhood. So when I heard that Kevin Smith was producing a new animated Masters of the Universe I was excited that the He-Man of my youth would once again be on screen. When I heard Mark Hammil voicing the Lord of Destruction, Skeletor, I was all in. What I Loved Revelation stayed true to the campy humor of the...

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